We have completed 3 weeks counting to Shavuot Sitting At The Feet Of Our Master YAHUSHUA
Abba YAHUVEH...Put your arm around my shoulders and your hand over my mouth.
Don't Open Your Mouth. If you words will be a poor reflection of the Master
YAHUSHUA to your friends and family.
1Peter 2:22 "He committed no sin, nor was any deceit found on his lips."
1Pe 2:23 When he was insulted, he didn't retaliate with insults; when he
suffered, he didn't threaten, but handed them over to him who judges justly. 1Pe
2:24 He himself bore our sins in his body on the stake, so that we might die to
sins and live for righteousness - by his wounds you were healed. 1Pe 2:25 For
you used to be like sheep gone astray, but now you have turned to the Shepherd,
who watches over you.
Messiah YAHUSHUA, is our example of how we are to act in the face of
When He was reviled and insulted, He did not revile or offer insult in return.
When He was abused and suffered, He made no threats of vengeance. The carnal
Believer that walks after the flesh will always react with wrong words when he
is reviled or insulted. Everything we say and do is a reflection of the Master
we serve, are our lives and words showing that we serve Messiah YAHUSHUA? Or are
our words showing the world that Ha satan is the master of our lives.
We are to be RUACH ha KODESH controlled at ALL times and this take discipline,
but when we do the fruit of the RUACH ha KODESH will become more evident in our
lives and to those around us and bring glory to YAH.
As Believers who walk according to Torah and we proclaim Messiah YAHUSHUA as our
Master, we need to be accountable to one another for our actions and words and
be quick to repent to one another.
We need to return to the practice in the Brit HaDasha that tells us to confess
our faults and sins to one another so we will be healed. We are so full of pride
and fear of rejection that we do not want to do this, however if we do, healing
will come. That is what being a Messianic Community is about and it is what
knits us together; when we learn to love, forgive and pray for one another.
James 5:16 Therefore, openly acknowledge your sins to one another, and pray for
each other, so that you may be healed. The prayer of a righteous person is
powerful and effective.
Today, make the decision to follow after Messiah and His example and let Him be
the Master of your life in every area, especially your words. May our lips speak
forth words filled with Beauty, Harmony and Compassion as we await His return.
"The first step in avoiding Lashon hara is to recognize our own faults and
commit to improving on them. When I accept that I alone am responsible for my
inadequacies, then I will similarly be less critical and more tolerant of
others. If you find yourself getting "Down" about yourself or others, try
focusing away from the faults and instead on the virtues. It will lift you out
of negativity. The Torah says: Don't take the easy way out.; Feeling down? Work
hard to improve yourself"